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May 16, 2007, at 03:00 PM MST by matt the brain - corected spelling
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Using modern American troop counts, there would have been 72,200 browncoats at Serenity Valley, 10 men to a squad and 4,500+ men to a brigade. The browncoats suffered 68% losses, so 23,104 men woulds have lived.

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Using modern American troop counts, there would have been 72,200 browncoats at Serenity Valley, 10 men to a squad and 4,500+ men to a brigade. The browncoats suffered 68% losses, so 23,104 men would have lived.

March 30, 2007, at 10:02 AM MST by DoyceTesterman -
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Using modern American troop counts, there would have been 72,200 browncoats at Serenity Valley, 10 men to a squad and 4,500+ men to a brigade. the browncoats suffered 68% lose, so 23,104 men woulds have lived!

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Using modern American troop counts, there would have been 72,200 browncoats at Serenity Valley, 10 men to a squad and 4,500+ men to a brigade. The browncoats suffered 68% losses, so 23,104 men woulds have lived.

March 30, 2007, at 10:01 AM MST by DoyceTesterman -
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http://www.fireflywiki.org/img/SerenityValley-Patch30_orig.jpg In the war to unite the planets, the Battle Of Serenity was among the most devastating and decisive. Located on Hera, the valley was considered a key position by both sides, and was bitterly fought over. The Independents, with sixteen brigades and twenty air-tank squads, held the valley against Alliance forces for almost two months, until superior numbers and a deep-flank strategy by General Richard Willkins ended the conflict.

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http://www.fireflywiki.org/img/SerenityValley-Patch30_orig.jpg%% In the war to unite the planets, the Battle Of Serenity was among the most devastating and decisive. Located on Hera, the valley was considered a key position by both sides, and was bitterly fought over. The Independents, with sixteen brigades and twenty air-tank squads, held the valley against Alliance forces for almost two months, until superior numbers and a deep-flank strategy by General Richard Willkins ended the conflict.

March 27, 2007, at 12:18 PM MST by rob chase -
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It was the last large battle of the war and resulted in treaties being signed on what has historically come to be known as Unification Day or "U-Day" to those who actually celebrate it.

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It was the last large battle of the war and resulted in treaties being signed on what has historically come to be known as Unification Day or "U-Day" to those who actually celebrate it.

Using modern American troop counts, there would have been 72,200 browncoats at Serenity Valley, 10 men to a squad and 4,500+ men to a brigade. the browncoats suffered 68% lose, so 23,104 men woulds have lived!

November 26, 2005, at 11:13 AM MST by Eddy -
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http://www.fireflywiki.org/img/SerenityValley-Patch30_orig.jpg In the UnificationWar war to unite the planets?, the Battle Of Serenity was among the most devastating and decisive. Located on {{Hera}}, the valley was considered a key position by both sides, and was bitterly fought over. The Independents, with sixteen brigades and twenty air-tank squads, held the valley against {{Alliance}} forces for almost two months, until superior numbers and a deep-flank strategy by General Richard Williams ended the conflict.

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http://www.fireflywiki.org/img/SerenityValley-Patch30_orig.jpg In the UnificationWar war to unite the planets?, the Battle Of Serenity was among the most devastating and decisive. Located on {{Hera}}, the valley was considered a key position by both sides, and was bitterly fought over. The Independents, with sixteen brigades and twenty air-tank squads, held the valley against {{Alliance}} forces for almost two months, until superior numbers and a deep-flank strategy by General Richard Willkins ended the conflict.

May 20, 2004, at 01:28 PM MST by DoyceTesterman -
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http://www.average-bear.com/firefly/img/SerenityValley-Patch30_orig.jpg In the UnificationWar war to unite the planets?, the Battle Of Serenity was among the most devastating and decisive. Located on {{Hera}}, the valley was considered a key position by both sides, and was bitterly fought over. The Independents, with sixteen brigades and twenty air-tank squads, held the valley against {{Alliance}} forces for almost two months, until superior numbers and a deep-flank strategy by General Richard Williams ended the conflict.

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http://www.fireflywiki.org/img/SerenityValley-Patch30_orig.jpg In the UnificationWar war to unite the planets?, the Battle Of Serenity was among the most devastating and decisive. Located on {{Hera}}, the valley was considered a key position by both sides, and was bitterly fought over. The Independents, with sixteen brigades and twenty air-tank squads, held the valley against {{Alliance}} forces for almost two months, until superior numbers and a deep-flank strategy by General Richard Williams ended the conflict.

May 03, 2004, at 03:53 PM MST by DoyceTesterman -
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In the [war to unite the planets|Unification War], the Battle Of Serenity was among the most devastating and decisive. Located on [Hera], the valley was considered a key position by both sides, and was bitterly fought over. The [Independent Faction|Independents], with sixteen brigades and twenty air-tank squads, held the valley against [Alliance] forces for almost two months, until superior numbers and a deep-flank strategy by General Richard Williams ended the conflict. http://www.average-bear.com/firefly/img/SerenityValley-Patch30_orig.jpg

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http://www.average-bear.com/firefly/img/SerenityValley-Patch30_orig.jpg In the UnificationWar war to unite the planets?, the Battle Of Serenity was among the most devastating and decisive. Located on {{Hera}}, the valley was considered a key position by both sides, and was bitterly fought over. The Independents, with sixteen brigades and twenty air-tank squads, held the valley against {{Alliance}} forces for almost two months, until superior numbers and a deep-flank strategy by General Richard Williams ended the conflict.

May 03, 2004, at 03:52 PM MST by DoyceTesterman -
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Describe Serenity Valley here.

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In the [war to unite the planets|Unification War], the Battle Of Serenity was among the most devastating and decisive. Located on [Hera], the valley was considered a key position by both sides, and was bitterly fought over. The [Independent Faction|Independents], with sixteen brigades and twenty air-tank squads, held the valley against [Alliance] forces for almost two months, until superior numbers and a deep-flank strategy by General Richard Williams ended the conflict. http://www.average-bear.com/firefly/img/SerenityValley-Patch30_orig.jpg

It was the last large battle of the war and resulted in treaties being signed on what has historically come to be known as Unification Day or "U-Day" to those who actually celebrate it.

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